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•>ti' il r. 3 - > V ' * ' !•.* "'•" '•, * *t*l , e, , *- * f "TS * , g 1 r i ' , * State Line Loop Contest Burt's thinelads gfabbe<i the team title in ithe first tnrwal state Line ConfeJ«n€| track meet in a thrilling wiftdjftp to a delayed meet at : fiurt TAielday flight. RaiA forced • f>6$t£drtfe* ment May S, ->v ; *, • team Scopes • Burt -__ k Armstrong *„.. <. , Thompson *. - k .*' Titonka ... •_.„* 44 Lakota ».'..-._._, ..i—^ilfi Swca City ~^—*^.i.**A2 Burt took Seven firsts on its way to the title. Castor took the 440 in 57.2; Cunningham grabbed the mile in 5:14.6; tCissner won •the low hurdles in 21.8, and the highs in 15.8; Koestler jumped 5-4 to take the high jump; Christiansen and Abbas went 8-9 to tie for first in the pole vault; Christiansen tied i&t i&ft In,; fcrdad ittfhji at W«10; finl .fli* Mite. ffcJay team ,,*>!, Htoftttt, 1 Koestlef i ; a«d. Csstbf ._..._ of4t&fikA&ok 100 in 10.6 afid 8M. 44;$$£', ters of AAtuit?dil£ "-Worf^lhs- in 2:18; Meyer of .Lakota tossed the discus •> 110»1 , T t6 <Wbt 'that event}. Hirt of Armstrong won the football throw. :with-ijtt-8: Wirtjes of Lakota \von the Shot event with a 40*9 this; Armslrbftg took the 440, 880 -and^-mAle relays; and. Thomson -won thfe mile medley relay wilh a- 4:20' time. A large crow was ofi 'hand ttt see the windup of .'.thejifteet, which turned .out to be aib&ttle all the way between' the top', four leams in the loop. LuVerne Track Team District "B" Champs Rebel Johnson second place winners will travel * ' to the 'AA* and A meet 'at Ames Saturday, <May 23-' It is also possible for third place ^finishers t4 enter the state -meets if the time or \-disitanC6 ^turned in is better, than a secofid place finish in anbther, district meet. Heart Attack Fatal Tuesday ForBurtMan Algona high School's Reb Johnson proved .to be the outstanding star pf the district track meet at Eagle Grove Friday by taking three individual eVents as he powered'the Bulldogs to a fourth 'place finish in the class A division of the meet. LuVerne's- strong squad took the class B team crown despite tough competition from 15 other teams. Btu't wound, up .seventh in class B. ', • . Team Scoring ,' Class A *»qiarion 77% Humboldt i__^___63 Eag$e Grove 58% ALGONA 43 Belmond . 31% Iowa Falls _____._26 Ft. Dodge St. Edmond —15% Class B LUVERNE 63 3/7 Gowrie 50% Rolfe __._ 41 Alden —34% .Nora Springs 20 Gilmore City 19% , BURT 16 19/32 Itlenime' 15 3-8 Franklin Cons. ; _14 WHITT. PRES. "3 Johnson, 1958 stat^ champion in the 220, who has yet to lose a race in the 100, 220 or 440 this season, copped all three events while running against the cream of the crop from" this area at Eagle Grove. He won the 100 in 10.1,'the'best ever turned in hy him in the century; ran away from the rest of the field as he took the 220 in 23.3; then topped off his day's work .with a 52.9 timing (a new school record) in the 440. Only other Algona win was by the 440 yard relay team of Jon . Discoe, Dieter Gruner, Jerry, Cowan and Garry Davis who, turned in a 46.6 time. Davis, Algona anchorman, trailed Hum-* boldt's anchor when he got the baton, but won by a foot in a fine come r from - behind effort,' The Humboldt team had been favored, •Davis wound up: third in the 220 and fourth in the 100; Cowan got only third in the 120 yard high hurdles despite the fact he set a new school record; Jim Qberwetter finished third in the mile and fifth in the 880; Gary Corwith -Wesley Wins Way To Prep Sub - State Corwith - Wesley's state fall baseball Champions . dealt , -St. John's of Bancroft,' defen,djhg state spring champion, a 6-1 loss at Bancroft .Monday night in the finals of the, district baseball meet. The win moved Corwilh- Wesley into sub-state action. \ Ron Stroup, one. of, 1he top hurlers in the entire state'- this spring, flipped, a neat two-hitter at the Johnriies as he .thwarted every Bancroft hitter except M-ike /Hatten who lashed.out bingles in the first and 'sixth innings of the. fray. Stroup walked only three and struck^out 14 of the Johnnies, ' „-,,'','*, Hutchinsoh and Rahe -hurled for the losers. Stroup turned in a no-hitter - as Corwith-Wesley got'past Rodman, 2-0, earlier an the district-meet. services lot Edward __.. 76, Bun, will be BfeW Fi-ftiay at 2 p.m. in ti;<» BetHany- Evangelical arid Reform^ ed chureh at Ledyard. Rev. Vic- ,tof 'VrlesenVwlil officiate, burial will, follow T itt Highland Home eetnetery al L'edyar d and McCullough's funeral , Chapel is in charge of arrangements. , Mr Juhkermeier died following a heart attack in .the basement of his home a half-mile west of Burl at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday. , Edward A. Junkermeier, son ot August and Augusta Jacobsmeier JtiftRermeier, was born June 27, 1882 at. Foreston, 111. He came to Kossuth county- more than 50 years ago nnd farmed most of his fife. He was married to Elsie Brand April 21, 1909 at Ledyard and the Junkermeiers celebrated their golden wedding anniversary April 19 this year. They lived in t the Ledyard vicinity until 1943 when they moved, to their present farm near Burt. Besides his wife, he is survived ~ >y three daughters, Neoma, Bur,t; rone (Mrs H. W. Daubenbcrger); rledrick; and Elma,, Estherville; brother, Lewis' 1 Junkermeier, and sister, Elizabeth Ltitter, edyatd; and two-grandchildren. le was a longtime member of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church. Band's Rodeo Trip Only S750 From Needed Total Mabel Lauck, lOJhittemore, Died Sunday Baseball Loop To Open Sunday Whittemore will meet Algona's KCs at the KG Park east of Algona; Ayrshire will tangle with Mallard at Mallard;. Lone Rock travels to 3Vest Bend; and St. Joe will be entertained byJE^unjbpJdl at Humboldt in'opening;Ko£suth County Baseball League > games this Sunday. Game time at. each site is 2 p.m. Each of the teams, including the three new entries, Ayrshire, Mallard and West Bend, will play a 14-game league schedule with, games slated each Sunday from until nearly the "end of Funeral Here Friday For A. G. Huenhold Continued use- pf t band,mem bers os slaves during the pasl wecki added another $150 .to the Algona high school marching band Sheridan, Wyoming, Rodeo • -now summer. Fergusons Cop Mixed Tourney In Pin Match Heide and Lewie Ferguson rolled a 1221 total 'to cop honors in the Mixed Tournament completed this week at Hawkeye Lanes. The Fergusons got their winning total th^ first night of the meet and none; of the 82 other mixed teams could chalk up a better count. , .,-.,•;. * Other top teams were Kay Voigt and Art Groeh, 1217; Kay Voigt and Hank Geilenfeld, 1210; Heide Ferguson and Bob Carr, 1188; Irene Hanig and Dave Youngwirth, 1187; Carol Godfredsen and Bob Riedel, 1186; Jackie Laing and Chan Dailey, 1177; Heide Ferguson and Cliff Benschoter,^ 1173; 'Frances Wiese and Dick Godfredsen, 1166; Whitey Voigt and June :Winkel, 1165; and Kay Voigt and Don Winkel, 1165. Top single line for women during the week was 199. June Winkel posted.one and Kay Voigt had a pair of 199's and a 179 for a 577 series count, also tops for women. Other gals over 160 were Irene Hanig 168, Kay Voigt 195, .Funeral . services for August Huenhold,. 91,' resident of Algona for the 'past 65 years and well- known florist, will be held at'2 p.m. Friday in the First Lutheran church > with Rev. Edsel Isaacson officiating. Burial ..'..will be in Riverview cemetery and McGul- lough's Funeral, Chapel is in charge of; arrangements. Pallbearers -will be, vVernqn Jensert, Clayton Pittrriah', Clayton ,Percival, >Don Frederick,* Harold ,vSundetv and John' Claude. Mr Huenhold died, at 6':30 a.tn .in the Good Samaritan home here where he had been a patient for 'three days following a... hospi tal- 'ization previously at St. Ann -hospital. He had been ill for 'two years. * «v ^ > '-.'. Born at Hoerden, Germany. Feb. 24, 1868, ' August ' George 3uenhold was the son of <Henry and Henrietta'Von Daack Huenhold. He came 'to Algona in 1894 and has been a resident here since that time. He opened the :irst nursery in town in 1898 and moved his business to the present quarters on North Phillips ; street about 1915. He was married to Ann Mindeman May 3, 1900 at Lotts Creek. He is survived by his wife, a son, Alvin, Algona; two daughters, Norma (Mrs Ira Iverson), and Lulu (Mrs Vic Sampson), Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A son, Helmuth, preceded him in death in 1951. ;rip fund, according to Russ Guster, director ,of. the group. It brought the total to $2250 — only $750 short Of the goal of $3000. Two promotions within ' thtj next eight days will probably add quite a bit of cash to the fund. f First, the Upper Des Moines * i Publishing Co.,, intends io „ donate 10 "percent 'of income from local retail display advertising in next week'? ,(May 21) newspaper lo 'the, band. , ' Secondly, ' Algona merchants are cooperating,next Friday, May 22, in <a ''Sheridan Here We Come Band Day" and money brought into local stores through sales of certain items ; or in some Ceases through a, commission proposal will be in turn given by, stores to the band fund. An auction of all kinds of goods and a band tag,day will also be held in conjunction.-'..-;with, the event. If additional funds are needed for the band's trip "in:mid-July, other band promotions in the way of school dances, 'etc. may be necessary, according to Guster At least 75 percent of the funds needed are now in the treasury as shown in the 'accompanying' thermometer. ' Funeral services for Mrs Her- mnn Lauck, 70, Whittemore, will be held this afternoon (Thursday) at 1:30 p.m. in, St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. Rev. A. »C. Krucger will officiate and burial will bo in th& cemetery at Whillemore. McCullough's ,Funeral Chnbel is In charge of arrangements. Mrs Lfuick died Sunday at 11:45 'P.m. in Pnlo Alto Memorial hos- pilnl nt Emmetsburg, She succumbed following a lengthy;ill* ness. Mabel Marie HutchInsonV;dau- ghter of J. B. and Marguerite Bradow Hutchlnson, was born May 13, 1888 at Lone Rock and was n lifelons resident Of Kos- s-ulh county. She was married to Herman Lauck May 10, 1918 ftt Whittptnore qhd the Lttucksihave resided in that area since that time. \ •;•:.'- ' : : : \'- 'Vi^'. Mrs Lauck is survived by her husband, three sohs, Melvin, 30 Chariton Men Here On Tour , A group of about 80 Chariton, IOWA businessmen ore visiting AlRonn, today, Thursday, May 14, oft ft good-will tour of Iowa cities with approximately the same population as Chariton. Sponsored by the Chariton Chamber of Commerce, the group Is secldng to learn what makes the Algona community one of the finest attd most progressive of all Iowa. 'The group travels In a chartered bus and stayed overnight hero Wednesday at Hotel Algohfti 12 Page Tabloid Articles on Grass Silage and Materials Handling to reduce crop planting and hay making costs will be found In the 12-page .Farm and Home supplement to flturttlay, May 14, 1919 Afganft (fa.) Uft*f to* the Lowe has fotrr pages of rtetjttt and ideas to wind up the club year, , land, ,tfce frfealdefitj Leofta Ask ut today how you can have More gain on leu feed by using AUREOMYCIN in feed ALGONA FLOUR AND FEED Phtn* CY 4-Stffli . \t ? f \t> Advertised In ih« farm and Horn* Steiibfi Licenses To Wed Licenses to wed were issued two couples in the office of Alma Pearson, district court clerk here, in the past week. On May 12 one was issued to David J. Schiltz and Dianne Mary McGee, both of Bancroft; on May 13 to Arthur W. Groen, Burt and Carol Jo Godfredson, Algona. Cub Scout Paper Pickup May 30 Members of Cub Scout Pack number 70 are asking 1 residents to start saving used newspapers in anticipation of the Pack's forthcoming paper drive. Papers should • be placed in stacks and tied with twine or cord. According to Cubmaster Virgil Rohlf, pick-up date will be May 30.. Bundles should be left on the curbing for pick-up by the 'Cubs. The Kiwanis club, which sponsors both Cub Scout packs in Algona will be host to the Cubs and Den Mothers of the two groups ;at a picnic, May 21 at Call State Park. The picnic for Cubs and their families will be held May 26, and will be the last Pack Meeting of the season. U. S. Chamber of Commerce president says cities should begin planning for th'e year 2,000. This could involve figuring -how many skyscrapers should be pulled .down to make more space for 11 ur utiiivit mi w: nuiirt) iriv^i T AI if Mprvin nnd Ql'Ville: an adopted daughter, Joyce (Mrs Donald Rudcbck), Evansdale; a brother. Albert Hulchinson, Bancroft; four sisters, Emma Hendashaw, Boydon,, Idaho; Gertrude (Mrs Willam Marlow), Lemmon, So. Dak.; Clara (Mrs E,d Marlow)," Burt; and Mrs Lorn Marlow, Lone Rock; and six grandchildren. Her parents, two brothers and a sister preceded her in'death. Mary Leland Of Swea Gity Dies Swea City — Mrs Win. (Mary)^ Leland, 80, passed away at her— home in Swea City May 9th after a lingering illness. Mrs Iceland Was born at New Viene, Iowa Apn the 10th, 1873. She was married to Wm. Leland at Humboldt in Nov. of 1892. The couple came to Swea City in 1918 where they have resided since. ; • ' Mrs Leland is survived, by her husband, one son StanleyiLeland 'of Story City; three sisters Theresa Vinamar, of Whittemore; Maggie Andre, Graettinger; Annie •Eischer and one brother; V N, ick Simon both of; Waskie', ;Minn. ' f • Funeral services were Tuesday '*-y 12, att. the Swea ,eit;^Met|f; at Church with Rev. sB'Ha'rn- mer officiating. Burial was in the Harrison Township cemetery. , Honor Society To Banquet/ May 19 The Algona chapter of the National Honor, Society will sponsor a Scholarship Banquet, Tuesday evening, May 19 at 6:30 .in the high school Annex. Honored guests will be 55 students from all four years of high school who have maintained a B average during their high schoo career so far. According to Principal Jack Evans, the high schoo is,^-placing great emphasis on scholastics and the banquet is i Way "of giving, students well-des erved recognition. • Featured speaker, will be John Harold; Cedar Falls school super iritendent who traveled extensive ly 'in. Europe this past winter with a group of school administrators studying education. The faculty and. members o the Board of Education will be guests at the banquet. Parents wishing to attend maj purchase tickets at $1.25 at the . parking lots. — Chicago Tribune, high school office. •""•'rH •»>'' '••*" t " / *>'; •• ••• '•' '&3$Mt3A±2iX Crops Peer was fourth in the 180 yard 185, 170, Maybelle Geilenfeld low hurdles; Jerry Ostrum fourth in the football throw; Discoe fifth fin the pole vault; and Terry Ringsdorf fifth in the mile run. Squad strength gave Lu- Verne the B title, The Lions got only three firsts, but amassed a large total with second place finishes to take the championship, Ron Clark leaped 19-5% to take the broad jump; Paul'01111- •gan went 5-9 to take the high jump; and the mile relay team of Gilligan, Marvin Maass, Charles Weber and Gary Norcross ran that event in 3:44.8 to round out the first place finishes. Norcross took seconds in the .discus and 440; Earle Hanselman was second in the mile run; Kenneth W'ilhelm second in the 880; and the mile, 880 and medley relay teams also took seconds to push the Lions into the top spot, Tom Kissner, Burt, paced his team's scoring with a second place finish in the 120 yard high hurdles. All first and second place finishers in the class B division at Eagle Grove earned their wsy into the state track n\eet for <class B and Class C at Ames this Saturday, while Algona's first 180, 166, Irene Hanig 167, 189, 190, Irma Dee Cook 172, 164, Heidq Ferguson 175, Frances Weise 172, Jackie Laing 181, 167, and Babe Baker 163. Men over 210 were Mel Bahling with a 265, high for the week, Hank Geilenfeld,, 259, 212 (670 series, the week's high), Bill Johnson 225 (613 series), Orval Isebrand 215, ' Ralph Lindhorst 230, Art Groen 211, Swede Batt 214, Merle Hoover 214, 213; Cljff Benschoter 213, 230, Wendell Jer» genson 212, Cec Taylor 217, Al Slobe 224, Bill Naylor, 211, Bill Johnson 230 (61J series), J, Rash 212, Julie Baas 221, 211, WMtey Voigt 216, 214, 232, 234, Hank Geilenfeld 323, 214 and Red Baker 213, Tennis Team Wins Algona's tennis .-team chalked up a 5-1 win over Spencer at Spencer, Monday as Ben Herbst, Larry Klein and Ron Tschetter posted singles wins and "the doubles teams of T&chetter and Paul Christoffers and'PaJe M?' 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Come in and see for yourself how this WINPOWBR Botary Cultivator will make money for you- It's the cultivating too} that gives your crops a f a jter, cleaner start to the biggest yields e.ver. Bradley Bros. WHEN I GRADUATE.. I WANT new future with a A bright that begins wonderful new dress .... a dress from Fowler's that's as special as the occasion ... I want accessories, too, that go with my pretty hew dress . ... a handbag, gloves, and new slip and more. That's what I want when I graduate. > Make Her Happy With A Gift from FOWLER'S Presses Sportswear Purses Scarves A SPECIAL ASST. OF GRADUATION LUGGAG BATHING S Sweaters Lingerie Jewelry Gloves FOWLER'S At the close of the regular league season, HAWKEYE LANES wishes to thank its many patrons and friends who have contributed so much towards making the year a success. We look forward to serving you again in the fall., • For those interested in SUMMER BOWLING, open play will continue this summer, on FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY EVENINGS. Keep in trim for^the fall season by bowling in air-conditioned comfort. • , We""offer*congratulations to all members of our "Top Bowlers, Club" ond to the following for their outstanding achievements over the past season. TEAM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS; American League — United loan . Service National League Western League Classic League Mixed League Seven-Up Sjogren's Grocery State Farm Insurance Conoco Service CITY TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS: Team — Hamms Beer 3019 Singles - Hank Geilenfeld 718 Doubles - Bob Oxley and Larry Frlberg 1307 All Events - Whitey Voigt 1945 High single game for yeqr—Men Whitey Voigt 299 High single games for year — Women Kay Voigt 248 High 3 game series for year—^en Hank Geilenfeld 716-71L706 i High 3 game series for yeqr—Women Kay Voigt 595 High 3 game series for year—Team (Scratch) Hamms Beer 2984 Mixed Doubles Tournament Champions Heide and Lewis Ferguson V \ i- Hit *, s- l» fa Remember open Sunday evenings. bowling during the

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